Measles, though able to be prevented and eliminated by vaccination, is a highly contagious viral disease that can lead to serious complications, disability, and death. The aim of this study was to evaluate the characteristics of measles cases in single center. This retrospective study consecutively enrolled children who were considered to be suspicious measles cases based on their clinical features and attended the Pediatric Clinic at Esenler Gynecology and Pediatrics Hospital between January 1 and June 30, 2019. There were no fully vaccinated patients in measles cases. Conjunctivitis was significantly more common in the unvaccinated group than in the partially vaccinated group (p=0.027). Moreover, the duration of conjunctivitis was significantly longer in the unvaccinated group (p=0.019). Unvaccinated patients had a significantly lower median leukocyte count and significantly higher median CRP level (p=0.019, p=0.021). Vitamin A (VA) level and leukocyte count had a moderate positive correlation (r=0.698; p=0.008). In order to prevent measles, it is necessary to implement controlled migrant movement, to vaccinate and follow-up this population for measles as well as vaccine preventable diseases.